Last Tuesday in the yard, just behind the backdoor, Oren happened to find a little dinosaur. ‘What is a dinosaur doing here?’ Oren thought. ‘He belongs in the Jurassic Era. I’d better take him back home right now.’ Luckily Oren has a time machine at home. Let’s the adventure start!
195mm x 245mm/48 pages/ Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing
Once upon a time, in the faraway kingdom of Jordan, lived an Emir who had a magnificent pair of boots. Every time he went off to war, he would ride away until he was all worn out and his boots were all worn out, too. When the Emir meets a Jewish cobbler, who makes him the best boots ever, a special bond grows between the two men.
270mm x 210mm / 32 pages/ Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing
Dr. Evil has transformed Supermax, our hero with the best hairstyle ever, into a potato, and he is planning to do the same with anyone who doesn’t agree with him! What Dr. Evil doesn’t know is that even as a potato Supermax is not an ordinary tuber. He is Superpotato!
Lulu is a perfectly normal girl, apart from the fact that her dad, Robert Chatainclair, is a secret agent. It is so top secret that he doesn’t know it himself. When the terrible Max Simome and his dogs kidnap her parents, Lulu turns into Super-Lulu. Will she succeed in saving them?
Lily lives with her family in an old house. A gigantic explosion at the chemical factory leads to a cell modification on insects and mutation of their size. What if one day a chemical accident transformed insects into human-size? What would the world be like when we know that an ant can lift sixty times its own weight?
What is lighter? A single soldier or a pile of feathers. A rabbit or a lion? To play with a scale is also to play with the experience of thinking the world in its complexity of the weights that do not correspond to forms, appearances and functions.
Giotto is a butterfly. Well, actually it is still a caterpillar, but it’s just a matter of time. It just has to build its own cocoon, but… it’s too fat! How will Giotto do to stop eating and build its cocoon? Will it do it in time? A book about the importance of healthy eating and sport.
What is this thing that fell from the tree? wonders the curious young fox. Discover a world where playing and experiencing the unknown go together. What is really a pear? Surely everyone will answer in chorus that it is a fruit and it is good to eat! But little fox needs to learn.
Feel, play, search. Look, smell, poke. Many, round, long. High, low, narrow. Hi doggy, wet muzzle. The first title in ‘Playing by yourself’ series about exploring. A small child discovers the playground and meets with a dog.